Insigne to return for Napoli
Lorenzo Insigne will return to Napoli training tomorrow, after tests ruled out a knee ligament injury.
Frosinone claim first win
Frosinone picked up their first-ever Serie A win to leapfrog opponents Empoli at the Matusa.
Garcia: ‘Borisov have quality’
Coach Rudi Garcia warns that Roma’s opponents BATE Borisov “are used to playing in the Champions League”.
Official: Carpi sack Castori
Carpi have sacked Coach Fabrizio Castori, with Giuseppe Sannino expected to be his replacement.
Garcia: ‘Roma could change formation’
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia reveals Alessandro Florenzi could play in the front-three against Bate Borisov.
Massimo Maccarone and Manuel Pucciarelli lead the line for Empoli as they visit Frosinone.
Platini: ‘Not accused of wrongdoing’
UEFA President Michel Platini has offered further clarification after it emerged he was paid €1.8m by FIFA.
Lichtsteiner returns for Juventus
Stephan Lichtsteiner has returned to Juventus training ahead of the Sevilla match on Wednesday.
Mayor: ’Progress on Fiorentina stadium’
The mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella says there has been ‘tangible progress’ in Fiorentina’s stadium project.
Blatter: ‘I’ve done nothing illegal’
Sepp Blatter’s lawyer has released a statement insisting the FIFA President has done “nothing illegal or improper”.
Four more weeks for Mr Bee?
It’s reported Bee Taechaubol’s investment in Milan could be delayed for another three or four weeks.
‘Insigne injury nothing serious’
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent assures the Napoli man’s injury is ‘nothing serious’ after he was substituted against Juventus.
Jorginho agent: ‘If Benitez had stayed…’
Jorginho’s agent reveals the Napoli midfielder would have left had Rafa Benitez stayed on as Coach.
Thohir: ‘€90m loss? Not true’
Inter President Erick Thohir denies reports of a €90m loss - “I don’t understand where that figure has come from”.
Eriksson for Juventus-Sevilla
Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson will be in charge for Juventus’ Champions League clash with Sevilla.
Tavecchio: ‘Closer Scudetto race’
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is glad the Scudetto race is “offering something different from the usual”.
Cairo: ‘Scudetto? One step at a time…’
Torino President Urbano Cairo plays down Scudetto talk - “we started out with other objectives”.
‘Kalinic only wanted Fiorentina’
Nikola Kalinic’s agent says the striker only ever wanted Fiorentina, following his San Siro heroics.
Buffon: ‘Presumptuous to talk of Scudetto’
Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon believes it would be “presumptuous” to talk about the Scudetto, targeting Champions League qualification.
Shaqiri: ‘Premier League world’s best’
Former Inter winger Xherdan Shaqiri believe’s he’s in “the best League in the world” after joining Stoke City.
Szczesny returns for Roma
Wojciech Szczesny returns to the Roma squad to face Bate Borisov in the Champions League.
Astori: ‘Magical Viola night’
Fiorentina defender Davide Astori reflects on a ‘magical night’ against Inter, but dismisses Scudetto talk.
Khedira: ‘Juventus never give up’
Sami Khedira says Juventus ‘never give up’ as he announces his return to fitness after an injury layoff.
Thohir: ‘People come and go’
Inter President Erick Thohir says ‘people come and go’ after dismissing director general Marco Fassone.
Jovetic out of Derby d’Italia?
Inter striker Stevan Jovetic could miss the Derby d’Italia against Juventus due to injury, according to reports.
Prade: ‘Fiorentina would take third’
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade says he ‘would take third place’ and praises Paulo Sousa.
Another extension for Mr Bee?
Bee Taechaubol has reportedly requested a fifth extension for his purchase of 48 per cent of Milan.
Totti: ‘Birthday could’ve been better’
Francesco Totti says his 39th birthday ‘could’ve been better’ and refuses to discuss a Roma Scudetto challenge.
Emery: ‘Juventus an opportunity’
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery says facing Juventus is ‘a great opportunity to show what we’re capable of.’
Tevez ‘dreamed about Bombonera’
Carlos Tevez says he ‘dreamed about returning to Boca’ but that he is ‘suffering to see Juventus like this.’
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Sousa: 'Fiorentina won't hold back'
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa “won’t hold back” ambitions after going top of the table with a 4-1 win at Inter.
Handanovic: 'I take the blame'
Samir Handanovic took “my share of the responsibility” for Inter’s 4-1 hammering at the hands of Fiorentina.
Mancini: 'Defeat changes nothing'
Roberto Mancini insists the 4-1 defeat to Fiorentina “changes nothing” and explained his unusual Inter tactics.
Ilicic: 'Pressing was crucial'
Josip Ilicic said the key to Fiorentina crushing Inter 4-1 was “pressing and an early goal.”
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